The Best Gifts for Foodies

Wow the wannabe chefs in your life with these kitchen goodies and gadgets!
glass sparkling rose kit

The Brooklyn Brew Shop Sparkling Rosé Kit ($70 from Brooklyn Brew Shop), is home-brewing made simple. You get a fun boozy food-science lesson. Plus, the reward of five delicious bottles of bubbly is a win-win! Christine Gilkey, test kitchen intern

oxo glass cookie jar with white lid

What are the holidays without sweets? Fill an OXO Good Grips Pop Medium Jar ($20 from Amazon), with treats from Cookies for Kids’ Cancer ($30), and you’ll give a great gift for a great cause.

ninja foodi pressure cooker

I assumed that floppy chicken skin was the price you paid for cooking a bird in a pressure cooker. And then I met the Ninja Foodi ($200 from Ninja Kitchen), which pressure-cooks and crisps, making my poultry dreams come true. Nina Elder, executive food editor

green sequin lime absolut bottle

Spread holiday cheers with Absolut Limited Edition Sequin Bottles ($25 for a 750-milliliter bottle on reservebar.com). Grapefruit comes sheathed in sparkly pink; lime is dressed in festive green; and the O.G. Absolut shows up in silver.

charcoal body bar massaging soap with suds

Along with jojoba beads to soften the skin, this multitasking Jack Black Charcoal Body Bar Massaging Soap ($15 for 4.75 ounces from Amazon), contains activated charcoal that can neutralize pungent kitchen smells like minced garlic or chopped onion. 

three wood stacking salt boxes

The acacia wood and tidy structure of Rachael Ray’s 3-Tier Stacking Salt Boxes ($19 from Amazon), mean they’ll stand at the ready on your counter or in the cupboard—and look great doing it. 

three in one coffee brewer french press, pour-over, and cold-brew

I love the versatility of the Coffee House by Chef’n 3-in-1 Coffee Brewer ($74 from Amazon). It makes French press, pour-over, or cold-brew coffee. Tara Holland, food editorial assistant  

red origami cloth napkin

Origami napkins aren’t just for dinner cruises. The colorful MOMA Fold-by-Number Napkins ($42 for a set of six from MOMA), will make a high-design impact on any table. 

marble and copper footed cheese board with smorgasbord spread

Perfect for the host with the most, the West Elm Marble & Copper Footed Cheese Board ($39 from West Elm), gives your usual charcuterie platter a literal leg up.

white joule sous vide

The Joule Sous Vide by Chef Steps ($179 from Amazon), takes the guesswork out of the sous vide technique, so you can make restaurant-quality eggs and perfect steaks with absolute precision. It’s operated with a user-friendly app, which effectively turns your phone into your sous chef! Alexa Weibel, senior food editor

multi-colored vans high-top sneakers

A collab between chef-gear maker Hedley & Bennett and Vans, the SK8-HI Reissue UC Kicks ($85 from Vans), will appeal to hipster cooks and skaters alike. 

get hammered ice bag and wooden mallet

Have an amateur mixologist in the family? With the Mako Ice Bag & Mallet ($20), they’ll be crushing cubes for all those juleps and Moscow mules like a pro. 

metallic criss cross bracelet bottle opener

Form meets function in the multipurpose Criss Cross Bracelet Bottle Opener ($16 from Amazon), a great stocking stuffer for your beer-loving BFF.

orange and seafoam green orca coolers

Perfect for your favorite tailgater, vacuumsealed Orca Coolers ($190 for 20-quart size, $270 for 40-quart from Orca Coole), keep beers chilly even in peak heat and come in fresh-for-2018 colors like Blaze Orange and Seafoam.